Category: linux Tutorial

Unixstickers Review: Add Beautiful Linux/FreeBSD Stickers To Your Laptop

The Linux-powered device is beautiful on its own but with billions of Linux-powered devices out there it is not particularly unique. You can add stickers to your Linux powered desktop, router, and Laptop to stand out from the crowd with stickers and more. In this post I will be quickly reviewing Unixstickers.com, they claim to […]

OpenSnitch: The Little Snitch application like firewall tool for Linux

Little Snitch is a traditional software firewall for macOS. You can use it to monitor applications, preventing or permitting them to connect to attached networks through advanced rules. OpenSnitch is a GNU/Linux port of the Little Snitch application firewall written in Python. The software is still in early stage of development, and alpha quality software, […]

7 Awesome Open Source Cloud Storage Software For Your Privacy and Security

Cloud storage is nothing but an enterprise-level cloud data storage model to store the digital data in logical pools, across the multiple servers. You can use a hosting company such as Amazon, Google, Rackspace, Dropbox and others for keeping your data available and accessible 24×7. You can access data stored on cloud storage via API […]

LOL. That’s what *comments* are for!

LOL. That’s what *comments* are for!

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Schrodinger Backups: The condition of any backup is unknown until a restore is attempted

A tweet about backups got pretty popular among sysadmin and IT community. The tweet read as follows: Picture The condition of any backup is unknown until a restore is attempted Here is a tweet #Sysadmin #Truth #Backup #Unix #Linux pic.twitter.com/suCT9ME58V — nixCraft # (@nixcraft) June 24, 2015 You may like these articles: To Backup Your […]

The ultimate truth about IT certifications

Too close too the truth. The vast power of IT certification: IT certification Image/comic credit dilbert You may like these articles: shadowsocks 500 error (sloved) How to Install, Configure and Use Redis on Ubuntu 16.04 Install multiple Odoo instances on a single machine How to install and use wget on Ubuntu 5 Essential Tips for […]

Dad: What are clouds made of in IT?

Dad: What are clouds made of in IT?

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Should I Deploy On A Friday At 5 PM?

Should I Deploy On A Friday At 5 PM?

Noop. My rules is pretty simple. No builds. No change. No deploys. No upgrades. It is read-only Friday! Here is a funny t-shirt for you: Should I Deploy On A Friday At 5 PM? You can order funny t-shirt it from Amazon. You may like these articles: Here’s everything you should (but might not) know […]